Glyphs are a quick, easy and fun way to show if students are listening and following directions. Students enjoy them, and they are an interesting way to get to know your students. Extend the activity, by hiding the names, and giving each child someone elses glyph, to find out whose it is, via interveiwing. Your students are then practicing problem-solution, collecting and analyzing data and then coming to a conclusion of whose glyph they have.
Glyphs are a fun way to learn more about your students and assess listening and following directions. This one also helps review shapes and colors. Completed projects make eye-catching bulletin boards.
A fun alternative to the same old birthday board. Students decorate their cupcake via glyph directions and then place it in the appropriate spot, next to their birthday month.
10 pages. Common Core State Standards:1.MD.4,K.MD.3 A glyph is a wonderful way to see if students are listening and following directions. They are also a fun way to collect and analyze data.
10 pages. Common Core State Standard: 1.MD.4 A glyph is a quick and easy way to whole group assess listening and following directions. It's also a fun way for students to collect and analyze data.
3 pages. Glyphs are a wonderful way to whole group assess listening and following directions. Completed projects make sweet bulletin boards.
5 pages. A fun activity to do with your students during October. Great whole-group listening and following directions assessment tool. Makes a quick and easy bulletin board.